MANCHESTER, N.H. - The Manchester Monarchs played their last game of the 2018-19 season at SNHU Arena on May 1, 2019, in a game where...
On this edition of the In The Corners Podcast, Matthew Harding takes the wheel of the show (as usual solo host C.C. Hawkley rides shotgun) to discuss the Kelly Cup Conference Finals!
TOLEDO, Ohio - With a capacity crowd of 7,519 souls at the Huntington Center on Sunday night, the Toledo Walleye looked to take game two of the Western Conference Final in just as convincing of a fashion as they did their 6-2 game one victory from Friday.
The Florida Everblades entered the ice on Saturday night with every sign that they were ready to take command of the Eastern Conference Final series against the Newfoundland Growlers.
The Florida Everblades and Newfoundland Growlers played over 53 minutes of scoreless hockey on Saturday night, and it wasn’t for a lack of shots on net.
Offensive firepower. Physicality. Goaltending prowess. Both the Toledo Walleye and Tulsa Oilers shared many similar strengths heading into game one of the Western Conference Final Friday night.
This will mark the seventh consecutive season that the ECHL will utilize a two-referee system for all games in the Conference Finals and Kelly Cup Finals
The Western Conference Finals features two teams and fanbases who are looking at their best shot for a championship in a generation.
The ECHL Eastern Conference Final will feature the southernmost versus northernmost teams in the league squaring off.
Toledo netminder Pat Nagle has shoulder the load in goal for the Walleye in both the regular season and playoffs.